Bay Nature selects four winners for its annual awards.
Hot weather can be tough on our local wildlife, including wild bees. But you can help by making a safe “watering hole” for tiny pollinators.
Where to go for spring 2016.
Guiding people through the wilderness – and empowering them with the tools to protect it – comes naturally to GreenInfo Network Executive Director and Bay Nature board chair emeritus Larry Orman.
Raptor expert Larry Broderick of Sonoma-based West County Hawk Watch has been enamored of birds of prey since childhood. We swooped in to chat with Larry about his favorite predators on the eve of this weekend’s SF Bay Flyway Festival.
When hundreds of surf scoters and other ducks wintering on San Francisco Bay were found coated with a baffling “mystery goo” a few weeks ago, San Francisco Baykeeper was one of the first organizations on the scene.
Stuart Weiss, co-founder of the Menlo Park-based environmental consulting firm Creekside Center for Earth Observation, is one of those rare birds who’s managed to connect hard science to on-the-ground conservation on a grand scale. And he started out by just … Read more
Jack Harrison, 26, is already a seasoned wilderness and fly-fishing guide and the lead survival instructor at Adventure Out outdoor school based in Santa Cruz. We caught up with Jack as he returned from a morning of ocean fishing at … Read more
Jack Harrison, 26, is a wilderness and fly-fishing guide and the lead survival instructor at Adventure Out outdoor school based in Santa Cruz. We caught up with Jack as he returned from a morning of ocean fishing at Stinson Beach … Read more
The publisher of Heyday Books chats about the importance of keeping the poetry in nature writing.